Boxwood Blight found to infect Pachysandra in the landscape
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station recently confirmed that in June 2012 an established bed of Pachysandra (Pachysandra terminalis) was found to be infected by Boxwood Blight (
). The infected Pachysandra leaves exhibited "diffuse yellow haloes" but no stems lesions or dieback was observed. The Pachysandra bed was adjacent to newly planted Boxwood (
) plants that were found to be infected with the disease.
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